Dr Paul Cosford, deputy chief executive of the Health Protection Agency
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Sars-like virus 'difficult to catch' says health agency

The Health Protection Agency has confirmed a further case of infection from a new type of virus.

Officials say this is the third coronavirus case in the UK, and they believe it is the first lab-confirmed case passed on person-to-person.

Dr Paul Cosford, deputy chief executive of the Health Protection Agency, spoke to BBC Breakfast.

  • 14 Feb 2013
  • From the section Health